Certificate of Proficiency
(15 Semester Credit Hours)
The Certificate of Proficiency in Medical Coding is a course of study that will prepare students for entry-level positions as coders in healthcare facilities (e.g., hospitals, clinics, physician practices). Credits earned may be applied to the Technical Certificate and/or the Associate of Applied Science degree in Health Information Management.
|Course #||Course Name||Hours|
|HSCI 1113||Medical Terminology||3|
|HSCI 1123||Human Anatomical Structure I||3|
|HSCI 1243||Human Anatomical Structure II
(prerequisite: HIT 1123)
|HIT 2243||Diagnostic (ICD-10) Coding||3|
|HIT 2323||Procedural (CPT) Coding||3|
To receive a Certificate of Proficiency, application must be made to the Office of Student Services. Students must be currently enrolled to request a Certificate of Proficiency be awarded.